CMLA provides its Client Adopters and Service Providers security services such as key and certificate provisioning mechanisms, certificate status checking, and the overall PKI hierarchy. The CMLA Technical Specification defines the details needed for the deployment of CMLA based products and services. CMLA’s underlying content protection technology is based on the Digital Rights Management (DRM) specifications from the Open Mobile Alliance. This specification supplements but does not replace the OMA DRM specifications.
The following is a high level outline of the CMLA Technical Specification
|From Version 1.42‐20120817 to 1.43‐20131218|
|Reference section 2||Update DECE specifications references and add a XML signature reference|
|Add to section 17.4||DSP access to domain key was changed and use of the new DomainInformationRequest() was added to the end of the section|
|From Version 1.41‐20120320 to Version 1.42‐20120817|
|Def:CMLA-DSP||Replace cmla-kp-dece-dm with cmla-kp-dece-dsp|
|Add to end of 1st paragraph 10.1||Both development and production keying material is sent to adopter on 4 DVDs: Production CMLA Root CA Certificate, Production Transport Keys, Development CMLA Root CA Certificate, and Development CMLA Transports Keys|
|Add 10.1 1 paragraph 2||Pubpc key part of the 2048 bit RSA key pair of theCMLA Transport key as a|
|Add colon to end of 10.1 paragraph 3 of number 3|
|Add to paragraph below figure 2 in 10.4||(refer to section 188.8.131.52 of [RFC3280])|
|Correction in 17.5.1||Replace cmla-kp-dece-dsp with cmla-kp-dece-dm|
|From Version 1.40‐20111104 to Version 1.41‐20120320|
|Correct reference 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 17.4.1, 17.5||Changed to Appendix E|
|Remove all reference to key length change from specification as that should be handled in separate notice to adopters and via the CAB process||Delete "CMLA will decide during 2011 the key lengths and certificate vapdity periods that will be used after 2012"|
|Delete "During 2004-2012 carries" and replace with "Is"|
|CMLA will decide during 2011 the key lengths and certificate vapdity periods that will be used after 2012. Current expectation is that 2048 bit Device keys will be used after 2012|
|From Version 1.32‐20110610 to Version 1.40‐20111104|
|Add new Chapter 17||Add support for CMLA DECE implementation as associated reference changes due to C17|
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